#1 AIRCRAFT NEAR MISS AND UNUSUAL EVENTS COMPILATION

Aircraft unusual events compilation #1 I have simply made a collection of what I think fits together. Some of these qualify as official accidents but the main theme is that these events could have turned out much worse. Bell 206 Long Ranger – Pilot does not have right of way and should not be around taxiways – thats why you buy a helicopter! Airbus – awful landing with tail strike. Boeing 747 – releases parking brake too soon! R44 helicopter

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Revolution Tutorial – Flat Relaunch (quad line stunt kite)

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to relaunch the kite when it’s flat. There are two ways the kite can end up flat; one is on it’s belly with it’s bottom tips towards you, as the kite is now. Some people will actually kind of jerk or pump the kite trying to get it up but I find that’s not as effective. The technique I typically use is more like a little shuffle. You’ll notice that in

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How to Make: Butterfree Puppet (Pokemon)

– Hey guys, guess what? It is now officially the first day of Spring. Right now, just one minute ago. The first day of Spring just flew right in. At least they say it’s supposed to be. I hope it’s warm enough for you there and I’m hoping that the robins will come back, they’ll start singing their songs. So anyway, I want to be honest with you. I’ve actually made this puppet a while back ago. I’ve just been

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How to Make a Simple Paper Kite

How to Make a Simple Paper Kite. Got an urge to go fly a kite? With this simple project you can be out the door and flying high in no time. You will need A sheet of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper A ruler A pencil A stapler A hole punch And some kite string or another sturdy string, like twine and some crayons or markers (optional). Step 1. Fold the paper in half so the shorter sides meet. Set

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Building Miniatures – Flying Miniature Airplanes – FREE CHAPTER

IAN HUNTER: We’ve covered planes, or no, planes, trains and automobiles. So we’ve done trains on our track. We’ve talked about using an Omega drive to move an automobile. We’ve talked about radio-controlled automobiles and we’ve also talked about taking the Omega and putting it in the train here, in the track, if we wanted to move the train that way. But now we want to fly an airplane. We’re going to talk about what’s called the Lydecker method. It

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